There was also, originally, a report of gunshots fired.
As part of its normal holiday shopping plan, Hoover police have increased its presence around the mall.
The previous story in The Trussville Tribune featured a video of the outbreak of fighting.
The Riverchase Galleria was forced to close early on Thanksgiving night after a fight broke out around 11:30.
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Responding officers separated two juvenile females as a group of bystanders watched.
Police said two men were sitting inside a auto when one of them discharged the gun while trying to holster the weapon.
Police say the man who fired the gun allegedly did so after trying to place the gun in its holster while sitting in a vehicle with another man, whom he reportedly knew. No arrests were made in this incident.
The mall was shut down at 11:20 p.m. despite its original set closing time of midnight, according to the AL.com report. Police ultimately determined there was no evidence of gunfire.
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Multiple women can be seen in a tussle with a police officer, with others being pinned to the ground by store employees.
Another video showed a Black Friday fight at KMart, where a shopper attacked an employee, throwing the man to the down and reportedly shattering his hip. The number of arrests is not yet known.
Signs advertise Black Friday deals outside of a makeup store at Garden City, New York's Roosevelt Field Mall.
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